4x4 shooting

BRACES of Bristol - Mauser M12 with Schmidt & Bender 2.5-10x56 Illuminated Scope

yorkshire

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Just a quick question regarding what people have in the back of their pick ups shooting frame/seat wise. My old one was quite a simple bolt in job but I don't really want to drill holes in the side of new pick up.
 

salopsniper

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I lamp from the passenger seat as we drive around and lamp man drives and moves the motor to keep the quarry in front of me, it means i can res on the door fram or wing mirror for a steady shot !

ATB

Matt
 

White Hart

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I've seen some home built 4x2 type wooden drop in lamping frames that lift in and out of the bed as required then are strapped down to stop them moving, they work well. Im in the process of making a metal lift in / out type for a hilux, but at present I use an old Land Rover Discovery and stand out the sun roof.
 

norma 308

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Don't be a wussy and get a quad far more in touch with your quarry :lol:
4x4s make too much mess on the precious els margin
norma
 

bewsher500

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I lamp from the passenger seat as we drive around and lamp man drives and moves the motor to keep the quarry in front of me, it means i can rest on the door frame or wing mirror for a steady shot !

ATB

Matt

left handed?
went lamping with a left hooker, he was passenger I was driver
perfect scenario as we had it all covered

very tricky shooting forward from the passenger seat if you are right handed
 

salopsniper

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left handed?
went lamping with a left hooker, he was passenger I was driver
perfect scenario as we had it all covered

very tricky shooting forward from the passenger seat if you are right handed

No Fella, am right handed but its a PITA shooting and driving so i shoot from passenger side and we just pull the motor across on an angle !

ATB

Matt
 
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